BEST WESTERN Park Crest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It took us two weeks and almost 5,000 km to get home from Gold Canyon but well worth the time spent. Travelling with our friends Jim and Della was absolutely great – lots of laughs and good memories. The seafood restaurants along the way were exceptional and the guys had to try oysters every night so that they could keep track of which restaurant served ...
... a lot about the Lighthouse and its history. We drove along the beach and stopped often to take wonderful pictures. The Morrissey's left for home and we went to Lilly's softball game. It was amazing to see how much the girls have improved just since we've been here.
Thursday, April 30: Carol's brother sent her a text with a picture of our house and it looked like it was on fire! Wow what a shock!! ...
Heading for the west coast of California today started off a little chilly compared to what we have been used to but very comfortable and warmed up to about 78 Deg and became very windy later in the day, It looks like petrol is a lot more expensive in California now averaging $3.29 ...
... our caravan park was an adventure in itself. We were a bit late in getting back to be honest and one of the biggest no no's when driving in Australia is avoid driving at dusk and at night. Every morning when we were on the road we would see fresh road kill from the night before and dreaded to think what damage a kangaroo or other large wild life would do to a vehicle. Well we wouldn't have to wait much longer to find out! Along the main road leading out of the national park we were ...
... while to get the sand off, but it was worth it to see the kids having so much fun. Soon the road passes through the lands John Steinbeck described: lush farmlands that drew thousands of unemployed to California during the Depression. The land is still drawing people stuck in bad economic situations. Mostly Mexican migrants work these fruit fields now around Salinas now. Porta-potties on site here were hard fought for by the UFW in the 1970's. ...